— For Northeast native Julie Czarnecki, some hysteria and a lot of facial expressions are necessary skills in the stage play 'God of Carnage.'
After spending years as a union organizer and sheet metal worker, Kensington’s Ron Jablonski has found a new career in alternative medicine.
The Academy of Vocal Arts presents “Pelleas et Melisande” by Debussy featuring Fishtowner Chloe Moore.
Fishtown's Mary Folino helps get actors in character as costume designer for Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap at the Walnut Street Theatre.
For its current holiday production, the Lantern Theater Company is presenting Noel Coward’s romantic comedy, Private Lives. Performances continue through Dec. 31.
Pennsylvania Ballet soloist Barette Vance Widell, a Northern Liberties resident, lights up this stage in performances at the Academy of Music
For Cody Nickell, a stage play focusing on two slaves, a wounded Confederate soldier and a life-changing Passover seder required some out-of-the-norm research.
Kevin Meehan has had roles in varied productions ranging from Shakespeare to contemporary comedy. But his role in the Wilma Theater’s current production is unlike anything he’s done.
For Fox Chase actor David Bardeen, his role in a play about clashing religious ideologies demands a lot of intensity.
Becoming a docent at the Museum of American Jewish History requires more than a quick crash course. It’s clear to museum visitors that Laurie Gottlieb has passed the test.